|67006||University||October 11, 2018|
|Raleigh, North Carolina, United States|
Position Title: Firmware Development Intern - Summer 2019
Functional Area: University
Facility: Corporate Office
Relocation Provided: No
Education Required: High School Diploma
Experience Required: Less than 1 year
Travel Percent: 10
Position DescriptionAt Lenovo, we are community of innovative thinkers, risk-takers, and people who challenge the status quo. We are one of Interbrand’s 100 BEST global brands, BCG's 50 most innovative companies, and #202 in the Fortune 500 list. We are looking for passionate and driven students who are willing to learn and want to make an impact in a fast-paced global technology environment. Help us define our world of tomorrow.
About our Team:
Our team is part of a Global development team creating and maintaining the firmware for the integrated management module (BMC) inside Lenovo’s x86 servers. This firmware monitors sensors and controls the physical condition of the server and is used across Lenovo’s x86 family of servers.
What You Will Do:
Depending on your background, you will be working with firmware engineers creating code, recreating and debugging issues reported by the test team or creating tools to assist in the development effort.
Position RequirementsWho You Are:
- Are skilled in C/C++ programming
- Have experience in the Linux operating environment
- Are pursuing a degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering, Computer Science or related
It would be a plus if you:
- Have an understanding of embedded controllers
Some of the benefits of interning at Lenovo include competitive compensation, enrichment and development programs, and access to a global network of peers and mentors.
Aren’t ready to apply or have additional questions? Feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn or reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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